Tag: special education

Hard Truth

“Your daughter says your family has more conflict than average.” It’s wasn’t my first IEP meeting*. I knew the drill. But it was the first IEP meeting for this child who at the time was a 13-year old going into 8th grade.And it was the first… Continue Reading “Hard Truth”

Fun with Special Ed

Out behind your everyday, run of the mill public school, there is a very dense forest. In the forest, there are paths that crisscross and at the intersections the signs point up and down and backward. Many people get lost in the forest. They… Continue Reading “Fun with Special Ed”

The Cozy Night

Words I never thought I’d say: I miss school nights. Every night for the past several years, I have been grateful that it’s just me and the mister. We cook, we talk, we eat, we watch TV, we relax. We don’t do homework, wonder… Continue Reading “The Cozy Night”

Disabled Doesn’t Mean Broken

Today’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities. I know this because a friend of mind posted this on Facebook and then asked, “How will you celebrate the special folks in your life?” I think I’ll celebrate by writing this blog. My message is for parents… Continue Reading “Disabled Doesn’t Mean Broken”

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